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To Bronx Al,

I'm new here and I really like your ORE System 2 Cap. I like when no one else knows what you're doing. I know O means Opposite. R means Repeat. E? Like you Al I was born in NYC mostly living in Staten Island. I'm now in Florida outside Tampa. Do you play at the Tampa Hard Rock? Where do you go to play Stadium baccarat?

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On 1/28/2022 at 11:25 PM, Bac-Mac said:

To Bronx Al,

I'm new here and I really like your ORE System 2 Cap. I like when no one else knows what you're doing. I know O means Opposite. R means Repeat. E? Like you Al I was born in NYC mostly living in Staten Island. I'm now in Florida outside Tampa. Do you play at the Tampa Hard Rock? Where do you go to play Stadium baccarat?

Yes, I play at the Tampa casino, but mostly at the Hollywood casino location. I do not play Stadium baccarat.

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Bac Mac --  I play at the Hard Rock Tampa, usually every couple of weeks.  (Live in Palm Coast, North of Daytona)   Don't care for their "no free hands after the first 8" rule, but I LOVE the large number of bac tables that are usually in play.  So if I get stuck in a game where nobody wants to make a bet, I'll just find another table.  Usually pretty easy to do over there.   We should play some games.  When do you usually go?  (I'm recovering from a broken kneecap currently but should be ready to rumble again in the next 2 or 3 weeks.)   

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17 hours ago, barneypip said:

About 2 1/2 to 2 3/4.  I take I-95 to I-4, bypass Orlando on the 429, then I-4 again.  Costs more but a much nicer drive.  ANYTHING to not have to drive through downtown Orlando when it's busy!!!

Why not stay on i-95 and go another 1 1/2 hrs. to the Hollywood Hard Rock Casino and stay overnight there. They comp rooms very easily.

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13 hours ago, BronxAl said:

It’s a much better Casino and feels like you’re in Vegas with a Caribbean touch.

Bronx Al, I've never played at the Hollywood Hard Rock. Are their Free Hand rules the same as Tampa or what are they? Thank you.

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16 hours ago, BronxAl said:

Why not stay on i-95 and go another 1 1/2 hrs. to the Hollywood Hard Rock Casino and stay overnight there. They comp rooms very easily.

I like Hollywood but it's TWICE as far away.  Almost 300 miles.  Tampa's 160.  I stay overnight when I go to Tampa - usually for 2 nights per trip with free RFB.   I get the same deal in Hollywood but only go once or twice a year.  It's just too far to "commute"

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13 hours ago, Bac-Mac said:

Bronx Al, I've never played at the Hollywood Hard Rock. Are their Free Hand rules the same as Tampa or what are they? Thank you.

All of the Seminole Hard Rock Casinos have the same gaming rules.

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13 hours ago, BronxAl said:

All of the Seminole Hard Rock Casinos have the same gaming rules.

All right then in playing ORE with those rules what do you do when there is a "no play" for the next hand but you are the only person at the table? Could you and would you play the table minimum on both Banker and Player?

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10 hours ago, Bac-Mac said:

All right then in playing ORE with those rules what do you do when there is a "no play" for the next hand but you are the only person at the table? Could you and would you play the table minimum on both Banker and Player?

Happens to me a lot.  I'll wait  a few minutes and see if someone new will sit down and place a bet.  If no one plays, I just leave and find a new table.  In Tampa, at most tables if you want to bet both sides, you have to bet TWICE the minimum on one side, and the minimum on the other.  I REFUSE to play THAT game!!

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BronxAl  -  The original scenario posed by Bac-Mac had the player at the table by himself.  Asking for a free hand or a new shoe in that case works for me in Vegas, Biloxi or AC  where you can shop around for casinos that offer them.  But RARELY....VERY RARELY will I get EITHER in Tampa when I ask for one.   They're the only game in town and they KNOW IT!  So they do whatever they want!  

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On 2/5/2022 at 2:37 AM, barneypip said:

But RARELY....VERY RARELY will I get EITHER in Tampa when I ask for one.   They're the only game in town and they KNOW IT!  So they do whatever they want!  

NOT TRUE IN THE HIGH LIMIT AREA

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8 minutes ago, BronxAl said:

NOT TRUE IN THE HIGH LIMIT AREA

Yes, but there aren't nearly as many active tables in the high limit area.  Most of my time is spent looking at tables in progress, hoping to find a table that's doing what I want it to do.  If a good table for me happens to be in the high limit area, then I can get free hands and new shoes, no problem.   But most of the good tables I find are in the regular areas, simply because there are many more active tables there to scope out. 

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